MARCO CIANFANELLI'S CONCRETE SCULPTURE MONUMENT OF NELSON MANDELA
This represents the momentum gained in the struggle through the symbolic of mandela’s capture. The 50 columns represent the 50 years since his capture, but they also suggest the idea of many making the whole; of solidarity. It points to an irony as the political act of mandela’s incarceration cemented his status as an icon of struggle, which helped ferment the groundswell of resistance, solidarity and uprising, bringing about
political change and democracy.
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